Narcotics Anonymous Bali

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Convention 2023

JUNE 16-18 2023



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What is NA

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.

We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. We have found through our group experience that the therapeutic value of one addict helping another is without parallel.

Need Help?

If you find that you cannot stop using drugs, give yourself a break, you are not alone. We have all been where you are and have found freedom through Narcotics Anonymous. We suggest that you find a meeting and join us on this journey of recovery.

Call our Helplines:

English: 0821 464 60980 Russian: 0821 464 60984 Indo: 0812 383 10920


If you are a counselor, healthcare professional or a member of the legal profession and think that Narcotics Anonymous could be an asset to your clients, take a moment to access some of our resources for professionals via the link below.

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Just for Today

Just for Toady

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Page 245
"Before we got clean, most of our actions were guided by impulse. Today, we are not locked into this type of thinking."
Basic Text, p. 90

Life is a series of decisions, actions, and consequences. When we were using, our decisions were usually driven by our disease, resulting in self-destructive actions and dire consequences. We came to see decision making as a rigged game, one we should play as little as possible.

Given that, many of us have great difficulty learning to make decisions in recovery. Slowly, by working the Twelve Steps, we gain practice in making healthy decisions, ones that give positive results. Where our disease once affected our will and our lives, we ask our Higher Power to care for us. We inventory our values and our actions, check our findings with someone we trust, and ask the God of our understanding to remove our shortcomings. In working the steps we gain freedom from the influence of our disease, and we learn principles of decision making that can guide us in all our affairs.

Today, our decisions and their consequences need not be influenced by our disease. Our faith gives us the courage and direction to make good decisions and the strength to act on them. The result of that kind of decision making is a life worth living.

Just for Today: I will use the principles of the Twelve Steps to make healthy decisions. I will ask my Higher Power for the strength to act on those decisions.